Pouteria sapota, mamey sapote, is a species of tree native to Middle America, naturally ranging from southern Mexico to southern Costa Rica, plus Cuba. Today, the tree is cultivated not only in Mexico, but also in Central America, the Caribbean, and South Florida for its fruit, which is commonly eaten in many Latin American countries, especially (Cuba) (need citation). The Australian and Queensland Government’s research and development programs have produced mamey sapote. Mamey can be found in many Latin American communities throughout the USA, where it is made into milkshakes and ice cream among other things. It has different names depending on the country: mamey (Cuba), zapote colorado (Costa Rica), níspero and zapote rojo (South America), among others.

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